Partial recall for the week of November 7 

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DOG DETECTIVES Carmen and Odie—also known by their alter egos Sherlock Holmes and Watson—were on the case on Halloween night.
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WORLD POLIO DAY The Rotary Club of Whistler met at the Whistler Museum on Oct. 29 to observe World Polio Day, a day to reflect on the progress made towards eradicating the disease, which took place on Oct. 24. Pictured left to right: Murray Wood, Rotary District 5040 Area Governor-Sea-to-Sky; Janice Lloyd, Rotary Club of Whistler president; Whistler Mayor Jack Crompton; Brian Finley, Rotary District 5040-PolioPlus Committee chair.
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PUMPKIN DROP Whistler Fire Rescue held its annual pumpkin drop at Spring Creek Fire Hall on Nov. 3. Proceeds from the event—which featured a pancake breakfast and bake sale—went towards the Whistler Children's Centre.
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TRICK-OR-TREATING Superheroes, wizards and more teamed up to fight crime—or rather, collect all the candy—on the streets of Cheakamus Crossing on Halloween night.
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GARBAGE PICK-UP A few weeks ago, Whistler mountain biker Yoann Barelli saw someone throw a plastic cup out of a car window and was inspired to head out and collect garbage on the roadside along Highway 99. He invited others to join in the effort; on Saturday, Nov. 2, that culminated in 15 people showing up to collect 60 bags and 550 kilograms of trash between Creekside and Whistler Village.
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AND THE AWARD GOES TO On Saturday night, Nov. 2, The Kindness Project by Stl'atl'imx Friends, won a Native American Music Award, or a NAMMY, for Best Historical and Linguistic Recording. Leroy Joe's other project, Spiritual Warriors' Ancestors, also picked up the awards for Best World Music Recording. The Southern Stl'atl'imx Health Society gang is pictured at the awards ceremony.
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DOG DETECTIVES Carmen and Odie—also known by their alter egos Sherlock Holmes and Watson—were on the case on Halloween night.